Buying Goods

Shopping is an activity that has become central to our daily lives.  Every time we purchase goods, whether it be a loaf of bread or a brand new sports car, we are entering into a legally binding contract with the seller.   Perhaps surprisingly, for an activity we do so often and so automatically, most people know very little about their legal rights if something goes wrong.  The items below will help you to find out what your rights are.  If you still need further advice or want to complain about a trader you should contact Consumer Direct on 08454 040506.

 Buying in shops Credit cards Armchair shoppercar for sale  

 Buying in shops

 Using credit

 Shopping from home

 Private sales 






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